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Old 10-05-2006, 07:20 PM
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Originally Posted by Samuel M. Ross View Post
Stevo,
Contrary to what the auto parts WebSite's are telling me, I predict that your "Stick Shift" MBZs will have mechanical "dash pods" that are connected directly to the accelerator linkage... NOT vacuum "dashpots" as I have just used and have been talking about on our two 1980 auto tranny cars.

Please come back and POST your findings here so I and others following this now and in the future might benefit.
Sam
You'r right, its a small 'skock absorber' looking gizmo between the IP and block, mechanical not vacuum. I will post my findings.
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